Topic: West Java
THE SUNDAY blackout on Aug 4 in Greater Jakarta and parts of West Java was said to be the worst in many years.
Liew (wearing cap), flanked by William (on her left) and Drs Jansen, and others (from left : Biswajit, Bobby, Noredah, Augustine, Henry and Alexander) at the Mount Gede Pangrango National Park in West...
JAKARTA (Aug 13): Indonesian builder PT MNC Land has launched the sale of luxury condos and mansions in two projects in Indonesia.
Power has been restored in most parts of Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, after the city of 10 million people went without electricity for more than nine hours due to technical issues, state power comp...
JAKARTA (Aug 3): More than 100 houses were reported to be badly damaged as a result of the magnitude 7.4 earthquake which hit Banten Province in West Java at 7.03 pm (local time) yesterday.
JAKARTA: Mount Tangkuban Parahu in Bandung, West Java, the crater of which is a popular tourist spot, erupted on Friday (July 26) afternoon, with authorities prohibiting tourists from approaching the area.
JAKARTA: Toyota Motor Corp. will lead 50 trillion rupiah ($3.6 billion) in investments that global car makers have pledged to plough into Indonesia’s electric-vehicle program in the next five years, Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto said.
MELAKA: There is a silver lining in the Nahdlatul Ulama decision to drop the use of the word "kafir" to refer to non-Muslims, says Yogyakarta academician Yuli Andriansyah
APRIL 19 — The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) has been in Indonesia as international observers for the Indonesian General Elections 2019 (Pemilu).
ON April 17, 2019, Indonesia will be going to the polls.
SINDANGSARI (WEST JAVA): Shock and delight rippled through the Indonesian town of Sindangsari today as residents got word that a local woman accused of assassinating the North Korean leader’s half-b...
JAKARTA, Feb 11 — An earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter Scale struck southeast of Bandung in central West Java today.
(Dec 31): In the first half of 2019, a billion Asians will elect the next leaders of the region's two largest democracies.